TAI Tam's Mark Lillington-Price, sailing a Hurricane 5.9, leads after four races of the Timberland-Lantau Boat Club Regatta at Discovery Bay. He won the third and fourth races of the series yesterday and leads Lantau Boat Club's Andy Moore, sailing a Dart 18, and Mike Scantlebury's Hobie 16 on handicap. The third race was sailed in light conditions with only five boats finishing before the winds died. Lillington-Price won the race for his third victory on handicap in the series and was followed by fellow Tai Tam sailor Scantlebury and Lantau's Steve Jones, sailing a Dart 18. After a near windless third race, the winds filled in from the east for the start of the fourth. Lillington-Price took the lead with Dart sailors Moore and Shaun Smith battling it out with Scantlebury and Tong Shing on their Hobies for the other places. Les Parry, on a Stampede, was at one point looking to challenge the leaders. But Lillington-Price safely won ahead of Moore and Scantlebury. The fifth race of the series was postponed due to the light conditions and will be combined with today's Timberland Trophy Race. Tong took line honours in the opening race on Friday ahead of Lillington-Price and Moore. Moore won the second event with Scantlebury finishing second and Tong third. Many Tai Tam boats that had been due to compete were damaged by Typhoon Becky two weeks ago.